cvs commit: ports UPDATING ports/Mk bsd.python.mk
ports/biology/pymol Makefile pkg-plist ports/cad/pythoncad Makefile
pkg-plist ports/databases/gadfly Makefile pkg-plist
ports/databases/skytools Makefile pkg-plist ports/databases/zodb3
wxs at FreeBSD.org
Tue Jun 9 14:34:55 UTC 2009
On Tue, Jun 09, 2009 at 09:12:32AM +0200, Rene Ladan wrote:
> 2009/6/9 Martin Wilke <miwi at freebsd.org>:
> > miwi 2009-06-08 22:30:55 UTC
> > FreeBSD ports repository
> > Modified files:
> > . UPDATING
> > Log:
> > - Update lang/python26 and make Python 2.6.2 to the default Python version
> > Tested by: 3 pointyhat runs
> > Thanks to: pav, gahr, lwhsu, mva, amdmi3
> I successfully upgraded python25 to python26 using portmaster -o, but
> got stuck at the upgrade-site-packages step.
> When executing
> # cd /usr/ports/lang/python
> # make PORTUPGRADE_CMD=/usr/local/sbin/portmaster upgrade-site-packages
> it complains that it can't find pkg_which, which seems to be part of
> Is pkg_which the same as pkg_info -wq or pkg_info -oq ?
You can use pkg_info -qW but there are other subtleties involved. For
example, the usage of pkg_which can take multiple arguments on the
command line but pkg_info can not. This means you have to use "-L 1"
with xargs which drastically slows things down. I'm working on a patch
which I hope to send out for review soon.
> Is there a real difference between make upgrade-site-packages and just
> updating all installed *py25* packages manually?
Yes, as it's not just py25 packages that need to be updated. For example
there are files in /usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages which pkg_info
tells me came from a package that does not start with py25 (in this case
it is pyblosxom).
For now I have spoken with Martin and removed the portmaster
instructions from UPDATING because of the issues you outline in this
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